VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones

VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones

VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones

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VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones

VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones

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Product Highlights

  • 24-Bit Hybrid Wireless
  • 900 MHz Band Avoids TV Channels
  • 12 x Wireless Handheld Mics
  • Simple Setup and Operation
  • 3 x Four-Channel XLR Snakes
  • Rackmount Kit Included
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Number of Microphones: 12 Handheld Mics

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Featuring twelve handheld microphones, the Hybrid-Acapella-12 wireless system from VocoPro combines the convenience of simple set up & easy operation with the signal quality of 24-bit digital technology. It operates free from TV signal interference in the 900 MHz band with a transmission range of up to 200', and is well suited for groups of singers or speakers on stage, in houses of worship or event halls.

The system includes three four-channel receivers with discrete balanced XLR outputs for each microphone and a 1/4" mixed output. Individual microphone channels feature a dedicated volume control, an RF LED that lets you know when the mic is on, and an AF LED which flashes when audio is received. The handheld microphones are equipped with an on/off button & an LED battery indicator, and are powered with two AA batteries.

The Hybrid-Acapella-12 comes with three 4-channel XLR snake cables to individually connect each microphone signal to a mixing board and three 1/4" unbalanced cables to patch in the microphones quickly using the three mixed outputs. To complete the package, a rackmount kit is also included for mounting the units in a road case or in a stationary rack.

Simple to set up and operate
Twelve battery-powered wireless handheld microphones
Three four-channel receivers with four XLR mic outputs and a 1/4" mix out each
900 MHz operation with 200' range – free from TV signal interference
Hybrid wireless with 24-bit resolution audio delivers clear signal with less noise – 50 Hz to 20 KHz frequency response
Individual digital microphone IDs eliminates channel cross-talk
Dedicated volume control for each mic channel
On/off button and LED battery indicator on each microphone
RF LED on receiver register when mic is powered on, and AF LED flashes when audio is received
Comes with three 4-channel male XLR to female XLR snake cables and three 1/4" to 1/4" unbalanced cables
Rackmount kit included
UPC: 692868127359
In the Box
VocoPro Hybrid-Acapella-12 Twelve-Channel Hybrid Wireless System with Handheld Microphones
  • 3 x Hybrid-Quad Receivers
  • 12 x Wireless Handheld Microphones
  • 3 x Power Adapters
  • 6 x Antennas
  • 3 x 4-Channel Male XLR to Female XLR Snake Cables
  • 3 x 1/4" to 1/4" Unbalanced Cables
  • Rackmount Kit
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    RF Carrier Frequency Range 900 MHz
    Transmission Distance 200' / 60 m
    # Of Channels 12
    Digital Audio Resolution 24-bit
    Frequency Response 50 Hz to 20 kHz
    Transmitters Type: Handheld microphones
    Power: 2 x AA batteries
    Output Connections 12 x male XLR, balanced (individual mic outputs)
    3 x 1/4" jack, unbalanced (mixed outputs)
    Mounting Options Rackmount kit (included)
    Receiver Dimensions (WxHxD) 17.00 x 1.75 x 5.25" / 43.2 x 4.44 x 13.33 cm

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